Monthly Archives: May 2009

Are Hydrinos For Real?

So what the heck is a hydrino, and are they real? Continue reading

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North Korea Has The Bomb – tested nuke

Update 27 May 2009 North Korea abandons the 1953 armistice. Whoo boy… Views from both sides of the political map: Fox News and, Dialy Kos Mr. Obama, you are being tested. Iran is watching. Might I suggest this is a … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Eve, 4pm, 64F

It is cold, not warm. Continue reading

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South Hemisphere Record Early Snow

Is AGW Buried Under Snow Yet? UPDATE: Looks like June Snow in Merry Old England: Times On Line reports snow in June similar to what was seen in the 1790s. In fact, the 1790s were a dismal period in British … Continue reading

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